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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1842

tttMMkbttr rcattcs, Danfttupt aicttccs Etc. of tlie Hmtrtr Statrs, Ue autttorftg. H. BELL, Editor and Prop rietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. AFRIJL 12, 1842. YOL. VI NO. 49. e sup st pn- i3 rnnLisiiED every tuesday -iokni.ng at -fORTII KXD OF THE BBIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom alLorders for printing, Boolis, Pam phli;ts, Bi!!s, Cards, &c, of every deseription will bo neatly and fashionab'.y excculed, at short noticc. TER.MS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Villnwesubscrilicrs, ..... InaiUuhcribcre, Aldivlilii.-ilsund Uompinics who lake atthc ollicc nr 1,5UceiitairpaidinsUmoiitlis. ' Coinpaniei on stagc rnutis. or 1,50 il paid iu SU luonths. I linse wli.nn!c?nr r.nirij.-rj, Co:na:iii-saii'l Indlvidtinlnnir llic route" . or 1.30, ifpaid insix mnntlis. S,oo i.oo S1.75, i.oo S1.75 S5.no 1,75 .Mlip;r lncoitiiiinl.iiitilarreara-csarcpaid.oxcPDtat tlie oatioa ort'ij priiarif-.r. Sn n.iyiuenl.- to UarnerFallon id cx. ccptonlcn-rt liy thc pmpriclnr. ! nncn:n u iiiea'i'insiuiutbe adilrcsnod to lhecditor I'ost -...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1842

nny nnvy? any revenuo? any nalronagei in a word, any powcr whaleveif lf 1 Iiad bceu a dietalor,lthiuk thnt even thosc who have ibe rnnst freely applied lo me the appeilafion must bc corr.pclled to mako two admissions: first, llat my dictalorship has becn distir.guishedby l o cruel cxecutions, stained by no blood, nor loiled by anv aci of dishonor; and, in tho sec j -i--- i'.u:.;, ,i, mnst own flhounn 1 do wt exacily know what daic my comm.sston of .lic'afw bcars 1 miaginr, tavnconinn'nccdith ihe Extra Sess.on) tha if Idtd not usurp the power of a diciator. I at , ' i....:k' .nrrcndcrcd it wilhin n short- . , ,l thnn was allotted for the durat.on of ihe dictctorship ofthe Roman Commonwcalih. If lo havescught at the exl r session and at the rrnt by ihe co-opcration of my fnends, lo rcrrv out tbfi grcnl measures intcnded by tho ronular mnjoriiy oriS40, and to havo dos.rcd l a- thevshculdnll havo bcen adoptcd and cx cculcd: 'ifto havc nnxiuusly desired I to sce a disordered cuirency reg...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1842

gainsny anv materia! point i:i relation to tho ,han one twentieth part of the anuual prbduc j V i n L-n i i ttons ofthe Unitcd Mates. adoption of tlie Compromise bill, which vo have alleged. We havc only repeated -t!ie history of thetimes. FOREIGN NEWS. MEXICO AND TEXAS. From the Madisonian Extra. BETTEIi TIMES. It is really amusing to witness ihh immcusc THE MEXICANS RETREATING FROM efforts madc by the loco prints to sattsty the pcoplo of what the whigs nrc constantly insist- ing that the times are Iianl. But do they in their imaginations so stultify the people as to suppose they cannot pcrceivc that the present deplorablc situation of the country is the le gitimate eiTect of the war, which for ten years past they have waged against the currency and protection to domcstic industry. Should thc loco representation in Congress withdraw thcir opposition against a protcctive tariff, a singlc nionth of whig legislation would bring us the BCTTEft tihes nll are se desirous to witness. But ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 12 April 1842

Bass Viols. I EW French Bass Viols, of supcrior qual .t,r nnrl tnm. Iiitp.Iv rcceivcd nnd now tor sale bv M. MANN, at i.is rcsidencc, scc ond housc north of thc jail in Middlebury. AlsoViclins, Bass Viol and Violin Bos and Mrings, Trotnbones, Bass Ilorns, 1-rcncn Ilorns, Accordions, and Inslruction Books for all Ihe above instrumenls ; Piano Portc and Military BandiMusic. . . Inslruction given to Bands and individuals, and Piano Fories repaircd, strung, tuncd, &c i. M. MANN. 3 M:.i,V.hr,, Vi.. .Tan. 11. 1842. 30 iUlUUikct!) - " 7 F 1VE I1UNDRED Lbs. of Glover secd. (TvBusliels Uerd s Uruss secir 2 Bed Top seed. F..r sale bv A. & W. S. Johnson. Middlebury, Jan. 1842. Housc, Carriagc and Sign BY T. MOODY &'..XIPONALD. (.Slmpatllio norlli ond of llio bridge, ovcr Ti ...... ;. ilii.Sr !ine nf busincss will bc cxc- ci trd ivilli dii-patch, in a worUuianliUc tnannel and on ihemosl reasnnablc linns. PAPER IIANG1NG and GLAZ1NG to ordcr. OTCHAlItS cmslanlly for sale at llicir fho...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1842

n thCo 33ajjcr trc ?uljlt5lirti t!tc IDuWtc rtcnt, XlnsoIutCoiu. Siifos, ftitliltc arrcattcs, Uanftrujit Siottccs Ete. o tltc Hm'tctr Statcs, Bs SuUiortts. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. APRIL 19, 1842. VOJU VI NO. 50. 18 ruBLISIIED EVERY TUE3DAY 3IORNING AT NORTH ESD OF TIIE OKIDGE, BY J. C O B B JR. "by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam. phlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry description will be noatly and fashionably cxccuted, at fihort notice. TERMS OK THE S1XTH VOLUME. VIHajeiabicrlbers Jllailsubicribcra, lu livl lnl '"1 tJnnipaiilek who lake at the ofSce, or 1,50 ccntalf pald In aix momlti. O.impanic. nn atage rnutr ir 1.5'J II jiaid in ilx mnnthi. Thu! wh'itak'or Po:rid-r, . Jo n?ni"'ain lndiviiliiai'offtlie roate . 82,0(1 ?,'K) 51,75, 31,75 $2.00 1,75" jjo nij-rj lUo-itin il imtUarreariisci are paiil, exef ot at tlie otilii nf t'n nrnprlrtir. Xn myraenu to Ccrrieriallotred cx. ccptonlercd by the pioprielnr. .All coinnmtcaMnii raustbe ad(5resed to the e...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1842

CONGRESS. Tuesday, April 5ih. Tn Scnatc, Mr. Choate rcported advciscly to thi: petition oflhe widow Ilezekiah Ailof. Mr. Preston rcponed two bil!s. one lo abol i.h tho offico of Commissary General Purclias. f9; thc other to raisc two new rcSimcnts one .f e'lillery and ono infar.try, andcompamcs of lursi; arlillery. Afier routino busmcss, llio Lman uill vaa mken up. -Mr. Evans spcaking nt lengih in ils suppori. and urging tho neccssity of prompt anu speeuv acnoii- Mr. Wright rose to reply, but ntter speak- ir.g a few minutes, gavc way to n motion to mijntim. Tho Hnn-ie was occupicd with Iho General Appropriation bill. " Wednesday, April 6th. j In Scnate Mt. Crittenden prcsented reso- luiious of the Lcgislat'ire of Kentucky, rc-! rnm.n.mllniT nmcndments to thc Constitution, rcstriclin" the powers of the rresidcnt, mat; ing him "iueligible for two successive torms, fcc. Mr. Williams presented resolutions of the Legisla'.ure of Maiue, earne3tly recommending a rcpcal of the Dutiibution n...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1842

nd now at about 36 psr cent. The present dcpresscd price of wool is owing moro to tho decrease of consumption by horae manufac tures, than tbc importation of tho forelgn sta plc. Tho only thimjwanting to bc pcrfectly satisfactory, is tho admission of forcign wool b- no means cecessary to the succcs3 of the horae manufacturcr, and resulting in the fraud ulent undervaluations which will bring in for cign wool which will intcrferc with our own. Lake Champlain, is clear of ice, nnd the Steam Boats Burlington & Whitehall have coramonccd lheir regular trips. We should like ngain to expericnce tho civilities of the Caplain of tho Burlington, and cnjoy the ac commodattons sumptuous faro of the finest Steam Boat navigv.ing tho watcrs of the Uni tcd States. Addison County Mejioi::al. The momor ial frnm ihis county, in favor of a protectivo tarifT, has becn sent on to Congress with near ly iwo ihousand signatures, which farsurpasses nny ihisg seen in Congress during this scssion. Triiile t...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 19 April 1842

Bass Viols. TTEW French Bass Viols, ofsupcrior qual LH ity and tone. Intely received and now torsaleby M. MANN, at his residence, sec ond house north of tho jail in Middlebury. A!so Violins, Bass Viol and Viohn Bows and , -ru. Uass Horns, French . W...g, . - . F Ilorns, Aciordions, anu insirucuuu uj j.o.. nll the above instruments ; Piano Forte anu Instructiongiven to Bands and individuals, and Piano Fortcs repaireo, sirung, i... M. MAfNiN. J ni:.7J7.r.. Vl Jnn. 11. 1842. 36 j(jUUi&cwyf ' TEMVE HUNDRED Lbs. of Clovcr seed.. ka Hs!ieU Hetd's Grass seed 25 Red Top seed. For sale bv A. & W. S. Johnson. Middlebury, Jan.1842. House, Carriage and Sign PiWTING. BY T. MOODY & J. Mc'DONALD. (Shopat llio north cnd of llie bridge, ovcr 1 a llnJ. ririitr KloTlO A1 r.T. nrders in thcT Jmc of busincss will DO cxe l cuted willi dispatch, in a workinanlike rcanner and "n the most reasonable termg. PAPER IIANGING and GLAZING to order. OTCHAIRS cjnalanlly for sale at their shop. Middlebur...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1842

ItltMrktatu ptmk n thfs tJapcr arc jmNtshrti the $nHfc rtfcrs, ilcsoluttons. Slatoxs, JJublfc ffrcattea, JJanftrupt Siotfcrs 32tc. of thc Hnftrt Statni, 2 Sutfiorftg. H. BELJj) Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. ArRIL 26, 1842. YOL. VI NO. 51 4 wttm. IS PUBLISHED EVER5T TUESDAT MOBNINO AT NORTH EKD OF TIIE BBIDGE, BY J. C 0 B B JR. by whom all ordcrs for nrinting. Books. Pam phlets, Bills, Cards, &c. of cverv dcscrintion will be noatly and fashionably execuled, at snort notice. TERMS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME. Vlllageiubseriben Mall subicrlbers, ... ... ludivldualsand Cnmnanies who take atllieofilce, or 1,50 cenuir paid In ilx months. Companlcs on siage routes, ... or 1,50 11 pald in slx months. Thosc who lake nf Poitrlders, Companles and Individuala ofl the route - . or 1.50. If paid insii months. $3,00 9.00 81,75, 51,75 $9,00 1,75 Nopapersdlscontlnued until arrearagcs are paid, exceptat the option of the proprietor. lio pnyinenn lo (,'amerf allowedex- cciiiurui-rcii oy ine ptopri...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1842

ptmciplc Ihat they bclopg cqually lo thc States, 3CI Ihat Ihey wcrc cntitled to the proceeds. Mr Clay, in concluding his remnrks, consid rringthc stateofthe country at this i crisis of nffairs as one that callcd upon its childten to !ay aslde all animosities among tbemsclv.es and hastcn to her rclief, and to stand. fhst by her in this exigency. Sho was grcatly burdened with dcbis-owing' abroad to an immcnse a mount. Our manufacturers are- discouraged, while the foreigner is coming into the market and cating out their substanee by a competi. tion fostercd by our own- Eovernment ! Ra pudiation of Statc debts in somc quartcrs, and iear ot it m others.. JLtic rreasury is empty Four miilions are- wanted for tho very next quarter; and it must be obiained. He callcd upon Senator &otn all sides of thechamber to come to their country's relief in this stnrtling junclure. I&is tinal appcal was so'.emn andelo qucntt Beyondmy powcr to describe in, this cursoty ketch. Whcn reported (as it...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1842

where the steam had no injurious cfTect. He state that sevoral pcrsons jumped overboard, and that one of them was drowncd. Tho boat irnmediately scttled in tlie water until her hull rested on the bottom of the river. In the centrc and forward part of the boat there was a fearful destructton of lifo and limb. Somc of those on board wcre blown hili in the air and fell on shore, in the water, and on the boats lying near by. Othcrs wcre crushcd with the splintered timbcrs; others scalded with the stee m; white those bclow thc decks, not having time to cscape, were cither sufibcated by the steam or drowned when the boat sunk. Forly.one pcrsons wcre killed or badly woundeJ, nrnong them the captain, thcbuilder of the cngine, and the Presidenl of the Com pany. A report is very current in Wall stroet to day, and generally believed. that the houso of Hope & Co., Bankers in Holland, have come forward thro their agent, and will tako a por tion, if not nll, tho United States Loan at par as s...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 26 April 1842

PROBATE NOTICES. ESTATE OF EPHRAIM R. SMITH. We the su'bscribers, beiiifS appDintedby the Pro bate Court for thj District of Addison, Commission ers to rfcceive, examine and adjust all claims and de unnds of all persons. against the eitate of EpiinAiM R Smith, late of Middlebury, m said Dislnct.de ceksed, and also all claims and demands exhibited m offset thereto ; And six months from the 16th day of March 1812 being allowed by said Court for that pur posc, we do'lberefore hereby give r.otice that we will iliend to the business of cur appointment, at the Book tore of Jonathan Hagar, in said Middlebury on the sccond Wednesday, of May and July, Ai 1842, from one iclock, p4 M. unlil four o'clock p. M. on each of said days. lmaihfaHhagar. Comniissioners, Dated al Middlebury, this 11th day of Apnl 1842. Estate of John T. Ewen. Wc the subscribcrs, being appointed by the Hon. tlie Probate Court for the District of Ad dison, Commissioners, to receive, examine and 'adjust all claims and dema...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 May 1842

SltMMkbttt n thfcs 3J:-prr nre jJUuUsnett tlic J3ubltc (Drtnrrs, aesMutfons. Safos, 33ubHc Gvcaticu, JJanftrupt ottccs Etc. of thc Sltm'tcii States, 33a Slutliorfa. H. BELLi'j Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. MAY 3, 1842. YOjL. YI NO. 52. IS PUBLISIIED IJVEttV TUESDAY MORNING AT 'OETII EXD OF THE BIJIDCE, BY J. COBD JR. by whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam- .,1,1. Ifli . ' 'II l i Lartls' &c- of cvcry dcscnption , be ncally and fashionably cxecuted, at snort notice. TERMS OF TIIE SlXTH VOLUME. V'illji;esubscribcrs, alall siiliscribcrs, lndirldnalnnd (;ompanie n'houkcattlicofiicc. or l,SaeciitJlrildinUmoiitli. ' v-ompnnlcB on viae rnutc. or 1,50 II paid in T-lx months. Iliosc who lake nf lViiiridcrs, Companlw nd Injllvlduaia o!T thc route" -' . or 1-50, if paid in six montlis. S2,no 2.00 81,75, SI,M S2.00 1,75 I 0.'-''''''' n,'!"rear3-c are paid, eicepi at tl,c 1 "43 bT.ih"0rproP;7mtmS ''"""""-veU.x. j All CDiuriiunlcalioii-niustbc addrespcd to thrrrflinr !.,. n... ' ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 May 1842

tnn pooplc, but now.suok.in tg.iorancc, and sXing from persecu.io.i and oppress.on, Souttooks. without scI.ools.whh scarcely rso'itarycopy;oftheBib!e,and dcshtute of c;en unTducafed ministry, must havo recetved & tfmt herrceforth their spmtual wants were tobej cared-for. rhe.r ch.ld.cn to be-educntedi the word of God gtren to iherr, ina language'they could undorstand. nnd thus their moral nnJ religious condilion improved. hoth for this world and ihat which ;s to nome. irut, whilc tru'y gratcful for tho intercst thus sliown to them by thoTAmerican Church, and ;he untiring effbrts of iho missionariss in thoir behalf, tho Ncstorian Christians felt that they hada sacred treasuro to guard. They trace back the foundatiun of their Church, as it it at j.rcsont organized. to the ApostloThomas, par ticularly also Barlholomcw and the ollicr Apo. tles.'a conclusion, which Dr. Grant, the asso cialc iaborcr of Mr. Porkins bchevcs to be corrcct. -uuny ui nic.i - ATnv nf their churches, ne hcar...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 May 1842

articles far abovc 20 pcr ccnt, and open a fair field of discrituination in faynr of the produc tive industry of the country. Tbo strong" pop ulat movcmcnts in thc right direction, corumu municatcd to Congress.through metnorials nnd jietitions, without number, are cxcrting tbJ most happyinfluenccs upon our reprcscnto.'ivcs. The whig mcmbers are going for protcction nlmost'cn masse, with rcncwcd nrdor and reso lution, while the loco dougbfrces from the. North stand rebuked for tlicir subserviency to he South, by thc clenr nnd decided express iom of thc popular vrill. Congrcss is gradually approaching tho momcntous siibject, by thc previous diTos't'on of all othcrs which might interfcrc with its full discussion and final nd justment, as we hope, for the prosperity of thc country. In this conucxion, we would men tion that every whig papcr in thc Union is on thc right side, and in those scctions of the coun try, whcrc the pcople cannotbe made to un jlerstand the reason why our own labor...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 3 May 1842

r PROBATE KOIICES. TATE OF VERMONT, Distrlctof Addison, ss. mhprpH thnt at a nrobatc court i.r!,1 at MiiMlfihurv. in nnd for the District of Iddison, on the 20th day of April, 1842. I.ucinda Brookins, administratrix ofthe cslato ot PHILIPC. BROOKIN'S, I.1I0 of Shoreham, in said district. aeccascd, rnajccs tliia court. lo havc Ihe time hmiled t .- ..-.rin.r ilm .1..hi nftlie said deceased, cxtendcd nvelvo nionths from tho third day of June, 1842:It ii ihcrcfoioordcrcd, that said applicalion uc coi'Siu ncA nt n.fns?ioil of said courl. lo be hcld at tiio ofT- ij nf tho Regislerof said ccurt, in said Jliddlcbnry, m Vediictdar tlic ISlh dav of may. at ono o clocK sn l!ie afierr.oonjand that nolice thcreof bo nivcn to iH persons inlcrnstcd, tliat they may appear and !...ikc thcir objiclions, if any they have, to the said imo or payuu-nl being cxtcnded, s moresaia, ay i.uWishitijrar!!!-irfprf rnov ofthis ordcr in the Mid- i.tirv Phoi.Iu's PnRB. a nDivfuanT prinlcd in taid Middlebury, thrco...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 10 May 1842

Xn this JJaprr .trr jmfclfslirti thc ilubltc Ortcrs, Kwoluttous. antos, HuMfc Crcatfcs, BanfcrujJt Slottcca Etc. of thc anttrt States, 232 $3tithortti. JJ. BELIjj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. MAY 10, 1842. yol. vnisro. 1. l 18 FI7BLISI1CD EVER? TUESDAY MOENING AT -ORTlT E"D OF TIIE HBIDGE, BV J J. C O B B JR. bv whom all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam pLlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry description will bc neatly and fashionably exccutcd. at bhort noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Vllls;c.sn'c1'",er, $2,00 o nn Mall subscrlDcrs, - - - InividmHand CompaDlo wlio take althc offiee, or 1.50 centi if pald In li months. Comnanieg on stase routfs, .... Tluwe who teke of Poitriders, ... $2,00 1,75 If not pald at Ihe end or Uie year E'Sa. Companlea and lndlriduals off lUc route' nr i.wi,ii paia insn monius. i pajieri riiscaatiniied unlil arreuagcs are pald, cxccpl at the o:iinn of th proprietor. No payment to Carncrsallowcdex ceptordered by the ploprielor." K communlcatiooB m...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 10 May 1842

JJL! : CONGltliSS. Washington, April 30. In Senate a rcsolutlon of Mr. Woodbury was adopted, directing the Secretnry of tbe Trcnsurv io repnrt ihe extcnt to wliich new bonks have been opcncd in tliis Department ,;co 4th Mnrch, 1S4I, whnt has been tho rcs nlt,. what the amount of expcndirurc from Marcb-4, 1841, lo .March 4, 182, nnd forthe wnr prcviou, &c. fiumcrouj petitions wcro prcsented, nnd rrtfiart of a nrivatc rature wcrc innde. The bill to remove ccrlain caecs from the S'aie io tli-. Fedcral Judiciary, wm adrocatcd at somc lunglh by .Mr. Ucrricn.anJ The Scnatoadjourned. Tiiu Appropriaton Dill will be tukcn up by tln: Sennto on TliursJay. In tlio IIousc tho Apportionment im again l.iken up. and ;U. Driirs's moJified h!s amend- ment to the amcndmcnt of Alr. Atherton. (ivhicl) proposcd lo insert tlie ratio of 53,875) m as to insert 50,179. Mr. Wluto of Indiana and Gordon advocat cJ a large reprcjcutatioo, tho former exprcis- ing his willingncss to go foraslova ratc s ilic pr...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 10 May 1842

ced ace of cighty-fivc. He has gone to hts fmal fccount ripc in ycarsand full of honors. II has becn distinguished, for nearly hnlf a ccnturv.usan upright, ablc, and impart.al SSWi good citizen, and an cst.mable and revcrednfighbor nnd fricnd. Ho was ap. nointed to fhe Bcnch n 1804 by the eldor Adams, end resigncd ! his scat the first of las month. Hc tho father of the prescnt Governor.-'- Aths- TnE Locofcco Pabty vs. AmeuicaS Indus. tv Iu tho coursc of his speech oq the reso- luiions introdnced by him to the Scnaie, Mr. 1 Clny clnrgcd it distincly upon the locofoco party, that they are opposed to the protection of American Industry and ntither Mr Bu chanan or any other locofoco, rojc lo deny the :,iBhnn. Thu fullowinc aro Mr. Clay s words: "And what is the existing condiiion of partics in the Houses of ConSres,f i nopc in Uat 1 am about to sav that 1 shall give oflence to nobody. and that if'l n.isstatc any one I shall bo instantly corracied- No one can posstbly bemorc wiUing ihan ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 10 May 1842

PROBATE NOTICES. 1 STATE OF VERMONT, ? District of Addison, ss. $ Bc it remcmbered tliat at a probatc court held at Middlebury, in and for the Dislnct of Addison, on tlie 20th day of Apnl, 1842. Lucinda Brookins, adminislratrix of tho eslato of FHILIP-C. BROOKINS, late of Shoreham, in said ditrict, acccascd, makes application lo tliis court, to luvc tlie timo limiled for paying the debts of tlie said deceased, cztendcd twelve months from t!io tliirdday ofjunc, 1842: II is tliercfoio ordcred, tliat said application bc conaid cred at a session of said court, to be lield at thc oflT icc of thoRegisterof said court, in said Middlebnry, nn WcdncMlav tlie ISlli day of may, at one o'clock in thc aficrnoon;and that notice thcrcof be nivcnto all nersons mtcicstcd, tliat thcy may appear and makc tlieir objcctions, if any they hayc, to tlie said lime of paymcnt being eztcndcd, ts aforcsaid, by nublirhinc a.ccr idrd cony oftliis order in tlis Mic1- burv People's I'riss, a newspjper printcd iu s...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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